The #preprimary moppets of #ChennaiPublicSchool clad in yellow-orange like marigolds leaped into various activities like Fix the Trunk, Leaf painting… on ‘Bappa Moria’, to bring in the spirit of festivity, culture and tradition of Vinayaga Chaturthi, one of India’s major festivals.
“When the wells dry, we know the worth of water.”-Benjamin Franklin.
Water is the most precious component needed for food and life. All human beings, animals and plants have a requirement of water. Thus, we need to conserve water resources. SDG 6 focuses on ensuring clean water, stable water supply and effective water sanitation for all people by the year 2030. The Primary department of Chennai Public School, Thirumazhisai organized AQUA COOL in our school premises .Students of Grade I &II actively participated in this competition which helps them to explore the new ideas to conserve water for the future and deals with some of the main implementation challenges related to four main themes (Water, Sanitation and Hygiene, Water Resources Management, Water Quality and Risks) in relation to the targets recommended by the Open Working Group on Sustainable Development Goals.
“In this world of ours, the sparrow must live like a hawk if he is to fly at all.”- Hayao Miyazaki
O.T. Ravindran Foundation carries forward the legacy of Mr. O.T. Ravindran, furthering the causes of ecological conservation, education for deserving students, and promoting scientific art, took up many pioneering projects like ‘Swanirbhar P-Age 19’, ‘Zero Waste Management’ and ‘Sparrow Conservation’.
In association with Chennai Public School, Chennai, OTRF organized an awareness programme on sparrow conservation project – ‘Let’s Bring Them Back’, and distributed artificial nests, guided the installation and maintenance of the nest boxes to create a viable ambience for the sparrows to nest and multiply. Along with Mr. O. M. Shailendran, Director of OTRF and several eminent people of Chennai Public School, Dr. D. Rajasekhar, the Chief Scientist & Group Director of ship management group at National Institute of Ocean Technology, Chennai graced the occasion.
Various competitions were held to spread an awareness on sparrow conservation and the winners were recognised with medals and certificates by the foundation. The vibrant effort of students, teachers and OTRF team made the event a grand success.
Fragrance of flowers and camphor filled the air at CPS Global Education Campus, Thirumazhisai as the children celebrated Janmastami evocating the birth of Krishna, the powerful reincarnation of Vishnu. Little ones dressed up like Krishna and Radha in the decorated premises put their hands into various activities like painting, colouring and singing and induced the spirit of festivity.
CPS paved a bridge for the children to experience divinity.
On the occasion of completing 75 years of India’s Independence, ‘PATRIOTIC FOOTPRINTS’ was conducted for our little champs of #ChennaiPublicSchool, Anna Nagar to let them know the struggle and hardships faced by our great freedom fighters. Children made Independence Day badges as their Memorabilia and crafted a “Palm Pataka”- a Tricolour hand printed Indian Flag using their tiny hands painted with colours, and vegetable printing for the Ashoka Chakra. The event paved the way for instilling values of patriotism in the young minds to ensure that the children love and respect their motherland.
Class 5 students of #ChennaiPublicSchool, Anna Nagar, staged an enthralling array of performances on a novel theme ‘Titanic’- Adversity, is the best teacher of life though none wish for them to be one. Power packed execution of events by the students in a gigantic and spectacular way well fitted the theme.
The magnificent projection of skit, mime, yoga, and dance was not only an entertainment but also thought provoking for the audience.
The #preprimary wing of #ChennaiPublicSchool celebrated ‘Natkat Lala’ remembering the birth of Krishna, the 8th reincarnation of Vishnu. These tiny tots dressed up like little Krishnas and Radhas, playing and dancing with their flutes and feathers transmogrified the classrooms into mini Gokula and intensified the spirit of festivity. CPS wishes everyone Happy Krishna Jayanthi.
“Clothes make a statement, Costumes tell a story” – Mason Cooley
As we celebrate 75 years of Independence, the preprimary wing of #Chennaipublicschool , Thirumazhisai hosted “My Nation My Pride” recently. Children not only dressed up like our national leaders, scientists, or sports persons but also incorporated their patriotism and zeal in their oration. The event energized and educated the kids on the value and pride of our nation by putting them in the shoes of great leaders and achievers of India.
“I would rather walk with a friend in the dark, than alone in the light.” – Helen Keller
Kiddos of #ChennaiPublicSchool Anna Nagar made an active participation in ‘Camaraderie’, an event organised by the Pre-primary to accentuate the value of friendship in the young minds, for the development of Friendship skills which include sharing, taking turns, co-operating, listening and sorting out disagreements. Children enjoyed making #FriendshipBands using straws, ribbons, decorative stones and tied them in the wrist of their best friend. On the whole “CAMARADERIE” was yet another memorable event in the minds of our tiny tots.
“An individual has not started living until he can rise above the narrow confines of his individualistic concerns to the broader concerns of all humanity.” – Martin Luther King, Jr.
Val-Ed Initiatives Pvt. Ltd. organized “Exchange For Change”, an event to celebrate the World’s True Nationality – Humanity. Sajan Jamal Raheem of class 9, Chennai Public School, Thirumazhisai was one among the 20 students participated from India and Pakistan. Ms. Ankita, Initiative, Val-Ed commenced the program with a Kahoot activity and then students were given equal opportunity to post questions and exchange information. The platform provided great experiential learning and inculcated the importance of Humanity above Nationality in the young minds.